United States Diversity: Sociological Perspectives   [Archived]
2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog
   

SOC 110 - United States Diversity: Sociological Perspectives


3 hours.

Description
This course is an introduction to the sociological analysis of diversity in the United States, with particular emphasis on ethnic/racial, gender/sex, and social class issues. Through reading, writing, discussion, and co-curricular activities, students will develop a better understanding of the various facets of a pluralistic American society. Enrollment is limited in order to enhance participation. The primary goal of the course is to provide a foundation for living in an increasingly diverse American society.

General Education Credit
General Education Credits [GE2000: Multicultural Studies-U.S. Diversity]


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